- School breaks present special challenges for working parents — especially for a former stay-at-home, homeschooling mom transitioning to a new ‘working mom’ lifestyle.
- The return of the Juvenile Drug Treatment Court in Suffolk County is good news for parents and families.
- Let the children and the child-like among us teach us how to love even in the face of rejection, how to encourage and be kind to one another. Let the children teach us to respect one another for who we are and not measure another’s value by the tasks we perform.
- Recalling memories of moments great and small makes us realize that’s the “stuff” of life.
Civil rights on Long Island: Local history includes slavery, a strong and active KKK, legal discrimination against minoritiesThe history of the civil rights of blacks, Jews and Catholics on Long Island was examined in a talk by Prof. Christopher Verga at the Suffolk County Historical Society Jan. 21.
Congressman Zeldin, your constituents deserve more open, two-way discussion on many important issuesNew York’s First District residents deserve a face-to-face meeting with their congressman to discuss many important issues in a two-way conversation.
- Rep. Lee Zeldin discusses education, infrastructure, healthcare, and environmental priorities facing our district in this second of a two-part op-ed.
- Congressman Zeldin can no longer assume he can make statements without having to defend them. His constituents demand and deserve evidence-based justification for his positions.
- To the Editor: It was so good to see the pictures of all the PEOPLE who made life go on during our recent snow storm. News networks show pictures of snow and hardware stores selling shovels (how many shovels do you need in a lifetime – aren’t they reusable?), you found the real heroes of life ...
- East Marion Fire District is again asking residents to extend the length of service award program. Why?
- A reader’s opinion on uncivil discourse,
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